As a future teacher, I consider assigning homework to be a beneficial element to help facilitate a student’s learning. Important note: Homework doesn’t need to be extensive or hard; Homework can be fun and engaging! In early childhood, young learners will be benefit from homework in a multitude of extraordinary ways. For example, if we are learning about the appropriate clothing to wear during the winter season – then, I’ll assign them to complete the winter season in their season’s booklet. In this homework, students take a picture using the correct clothing – then, paste their photograph inside of the booklet and explain why they decided to wear the clothes in one complete sentence. I’ve decided to create a fun, engaging homework to get students active and motivate to learn the importance of wearing the correct clothing for a specific season, while still documenting their adventures in the booklet for me to assess. If a student and/or handful of students do not complete the homework assigned – I will not penalize the student(s), instead remind the class about the importance of completing their homework. In doing so, this will prevent shaming a student and/or group of students in front of their peers; but encourage them to complete fun, engaging activities that will help facilitate their learning of the content. It's important to assign homework that will motivate students to become curious learners and facilitate their love of learning outside of the classroom.